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Essential English Idioms

Oftentimes, older students feel like a writing assignment is “thrown at them” perhaps unexpectedly, with seemingly unreasonable expectations of essay

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At Home Activities to do during School Closures

In the age of the Coronavirus, many Americans have adjusted and adapted into a new way of life for the time being. And while parents are miraculously juggling working remotely, homeschooling, and parenting, new and exciting activities to keep kids entertained, active,

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Why is Learning English So Hard?

Many people believe that English is one of the hardest languages to learn. 

But its difficulty really depends on the language you already speak. For example, learning English as a native speaker of another Indo-European language (like Italian) may be easier than learning English as a native speaker of a tonal language (like Vietnamese).

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How to Become Fluent in English (Without Memorization)

Language fluency is defined in many different ways, but at its most basic, fluency requires the mastery of both the spoken and written word.

Memorization Required?

Some memorization is always required when learning a new language. You have to know the grammar rules and learn the vocabulary, but there comes a point when flashcards just don’t cut it.

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